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FARM MEMORANDA. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1914

FARIV MEMIORANDA. Federation wheat this season is reported in some places as disappointing. Crops that wer estimated at 10 bags only turned out 6 to 7 bags. Fsdetation alongside quantity from large areas. Mr. P. MI'Ma'hon, Springhurst, is harvesting from Currawa seed 13 bags per acre. .In the same locality Federation yielded a to 6i bags only. From Washington, U.S.A., an "Age" cable states:--"There has 'been a marked increase in the American importation of food, especially fresh beef and cattle, largely from Britain. Australia sent 5S0,00) lb. through Pacific ports during November. Thliere is every indication of a large. ex pansion of Australian supplies in future, according to a bulletin of the Department of Commerce." Mr. Elwood .Mead, Chairinan of the WWater Commission, proposes to leave Mel bourne about 5th February and to join the steamer Sonoma at Sydney for San Fran cisco. Mr. W. Cattanach will act as chai, man during MIr. Mead's leave of absence. 'Settlers on the Murrumbidge...

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MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. NEWMARKET, TUESDAY, 20th JANUARY. FAT SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1914

M?ELB?OURNE LIVE STOCK fIAflRKET, NEW A1R, ?KET, TUESD.AY. 20th JANUA?-RY. FAT SHEJEP. 35,000 yarded, comprising 314 truclm, and 3000 by road. All qualities wcero fully represented. The market oponed unsteady, and. contiiu?ed with out ~nimation throughout, prices receding to from 0:. to .1/ per head nrder last week's rates, clos ing sales being tho weakest. Quotations: Prime crossbredl wetbhcrs, from 18/ to 10/0; esxtra, do., do.. from 20/ to 23/9; good, --do., do., from 16/ to 17/6; seconds, do., do.. from 15/; prime coss bred owes, from 15/ to 16/0; extra, do.- do., from 17/0 to 20/3; good, do.; do., from 13/6 to 14/6: others, from 10/; prime.merino- wethers, from 10/ to 17/6; extra do., do,, from 18/ to 19/; good do., do., from 14/ to 15/; second, do., do., from 12/ to 13/; inferior, do., do., from 10/ to 11/6; prime merino ewes, front 13/G to 15/0; extra, do.. do., from 10/ to 17/; good... do., do., from. 11/ to 12/n; second and inferior, fronm 7/ to 9/0. FAT LAMBS. -3,500 wecre...

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THE BUTTER BLENDING BUSINESS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1914

THE BUTTER BLEhOING B?UlNE8. BY II. W. OSBORNE. Butter blending is carried on very exten sively in the United. Kingdom, because the manufacturers of butter cannot prdduce an artiele which will meet the various and varied requirements of the several coun tries in England. Other factors are the! qouantity of inferior butter on the-market, and the fdct that Australia, New Zealand, Siberia and Ireland casint maintain an all the year round supply. Denmark is the only country which can do so. While it is regrettable thlat a quantity of choice butter should lose its identity in the blending fac tories, yet it must be .admitted that blend ers have rendered a service to those coun tries which produce -inferior butter. In this, respect Australia has benefited.' Hun dreds of tons of poor, rubbishy stuff upon which the name "Australia" is impressed, and which is quite unfit- for counter trade, goes into the blending mills evcry year to be mixed with finer quality, and thus brought to a standard...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1914

PS6 .OCALVES. STONE and CO. (Regd.), ROB EnT SC(H-IULTE, Proprietor. WHOLESALE MIEAT SALESMEN. IMETROPOLTAhN MEAT MARKET, NORTH MEIBIOURNE. Are Open to Recei-e Carcase Pork and Veal Any Day D)uring the Week. Sales Daily. Highest Prices Realiced. Latest Cold Storage Chambera. Prompt Account Sales. Correspondence In vited. See Our Weekly Reports in Market Reports. a? ?·~*,m,,, ???,a ?v- ??,: ,xa?=ur.-???- -'-r??-a =- ... -,,=?-.s r'=? , ? ,=?m7?--?D ' ..-, . .. • . SAVB We have recently inquired into the cost for repairs for 100 Deering .and M'Cormick AGrain Drills for the past two seasons. 75010 lr 75 o f..... These machines. were selected at random throughout the Commonwealth, and the - Y'J figurest given are those of 'the owners, who are unlikely to understate an item :of this sort. AA carefully compiled statement shows that the average for the two seasons is: , : .·:·-:·.; a little less than 4/6 (four shillings and sixpence), or u idr 2/4 (two shillngs and threepence) per season.....

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MELBOURNE STOCK MARKET. WEEKLY REVIEW. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1914

FAELBOURNE STOCK MARKET. WEEKLY REVIEW. At Newmarket last Tuesday there was a yarding of .70,000 head-38,000 sheep and 32,000. lambs, about the same number as the previoue week. There: was a heavy snp ply of good to prime crossbsreds ana a. number, of Epens of extra prime. Bfh i good useful .trade sorts and stores were plentiful.. Prime nierino wethers were fair lJy well represented,. writh siumerous pens of medium and-store descriptions. Ewes ivere. strongly in evidence, including a large pro portion of prime heavy crosbireds, toge ther with a ~few drafts of .good inerinoes.: The.ibulk of the ewes, however, were rough: sorts, mostly old. merinoes. There was a full attendance of rbuyers, including, export:. ers and graziers. The former were not very:: keen, as the prices ruling lately have been too high for them. Graziers depleted the market of a fair. number of light we;hers. and ewes suitable' for breeding. The mar ket opened easier, and as sales progressed,: owing to lessened com...

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SPECIAL SALE AT HEATHCOTE. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1914

SPECIAL SALE AT IIEATIICOTE. Messrs. Pearson, Rowe, Smith and Co., in con junction with Messrs. Watkins and Kilroy, and Merrs. Osborn and HIudson, report having held ai special sale at Heathcote on 15th inst., when 6000 shl;eeF. and 119 eatt:e were yarded. There was i itrge local attendance, and some buyers .from Gippeland and Goulburn Valley. For crossbred ewes the demand was very brisk, and was also good for wethers, but for small merino ewes- sale was dull, and-for weaners prices offered in most cases did not meet vendors' views. For cattle the dem'and was slack. Of the total yarded, 3305 Sheep and 37 cattle were sold. Saes made in eluded the following:-132 crossbred ewes, 2-tooth, full cross, well bied, not in lamb, 18/1; 250 cross bred ewes, rising 6-tooth, good frames, fair eon dition, 16/6; 105 crosabred ewes, 4 and 6 tooth, good condition, mixed breeding, 16/; 88 crossbred ewes, 6 and 8 tooth, 15/5; 105 crossbreid ewes, 8 tooth, 15/1; 90 crossbred ewes, .2-tooth, 15.; 160 cr...

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THE ROYAL SHOW. AN IMPROVED SCHEDULE. PRIZE MONEY, £7000. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1914

THE ROYAL SHOW. AN IMPROVED SCHEDULE. PRIZE MONEY, £7000. The schedule for- the Royal show, which takes place thls .year from 7th/ April to 15th April,.bs been.icsued by the council of the Royal Agricultural. Society. Al though no very striking additions have been made to the book, it has been closely revised by the section committees, and classes have been '!ded at the reqiestj of breeders of live stock and other exhibit ors. The principal alterations have been made in'the cattle section. The coun cil for some: time has recognised the .im portance of Hdliowing only pure bred ani mals. to .b~e;; Shown at the:i oyal shows, and an effor.t :hasbeen made. to encourage the enthusiasts- f o.?he various breeds to form sddcieties anrdi t? establislh herd books. All the! classes fo.r cros.bred stock have been. struck out. and such sections as-the pens of dairy cattle .hadhe been brought under the pure brea1 reg!ulations. ? The.council has also decided, in :rediponise.-to a recommenda tion of...

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NEWMARKET, WEDNESDAY, 21st JANUARY. FAT CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1914

NEWMARI?KET, WEDNESDAY, 21st JANUARY. FAT C?rTLE. 8295 yarded, comprisin 600 frrnm New South Wales. 1000 from North-Lhastern dr;s.r:, 500 from Gippsland, S80 from - South Gip,.sland. 550 from Western district and 260 from Northern distr:ct, and consisting of 2000 bullocks and 1Ci)l cous. In bullocks, good prime qualities were fully rclpresenoted Shile the bulk of the .'ows consisted of ?cond and usefull gra!des. The demand 'as imnsteady, and in some instances prices ruled fully 10/ per head lower than last week's rates. Quotations:--Prime ien's of bullocks, frcra £10 10/ to £11 15/; extra do. do., fr.m £12- to £13 7/6; good do. do., from £9 to £10;: good light and handy weights, from £7 10/ to £8 15/; middling and inferior, from £6; prime.,iens of coos, from £7 to £8 10/; etra do. do., from £9 to £10; good do. do., from £5 10/ to £06 15/; second and inferior, .from £4. - - 'ho ollowing sire lapproxim~tn e aerages of princi pal Iotas: - 10 budiloC, , MIitohell, T"~e Teop .tatoan, .N....

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THE HORSE MARKET MELBOURNE HORSE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1914

THE HORSE MARKET MfEL5OURJTINE IORSE MARKET. SAd~mson, Stzettle and Co. Pty. Ltd. Viotoria Iforce lhBzaar, .Melbourne, report::-The ?arding for the week was good, .and a very fair percentage disposed af, 'although there lhas been nio improve ,me:nt in_ places. The bulk oaf the yarding consrated -f eouantry lota, from Lake COharmr , Baimsdlc, the Gonlburn TValley and Kcrang, and total ilearanc:a I wero effotodt in edh consignment. No extra hea.vy draughts were forward, and buyers are. in quiring for 'specirlly good animnals in tlhis ?clss, We .nuote:- clrlium drn.uast, to .£3, 10/; delve:y ihorse., td £30; aihilp?ng horses, to £E20 10/; pInies, to £28 10/.: orer .cat soets, to £20; ordinary sad dle and harness horses, £7 10/ to ,-£17. Jtsasrs. Campbe] andl Sons, Kiik's Bazaar, .aIl isournc, report:--The yarding of homes .f1-r the week was well up to the averae, and: conmpitUon goodI for -all fre=h hors'. There is :a g0e cemnald f;r extra eiighty draihnht fit for contrae.ing Work.. I'...

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METROPOLITAN MEAT MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1914

M:ETROPOLITAN iMEAT MARK;ET.. MeSrs. W. lcSynolds and Son report prices for we.k nldrd 21st January:--Beef: Prime bodies, 22/ To 28/ per 200 lb.; meditm, 20/ to 21/; prime fore .quarter:s, 17/ to 18/, medium, 1;5/ to 16/; prime hind quarters, 28/ to 30/; medium, 24/ to 2G/. Sheep: Prime 3-d. to 3ld. per lb.; medium, 3d. to 3}d. Lamb': Prime, 13/ to 15/ each; me dium, 10/ 'to 12/. Vcl: P'rime large vealers, 2d. to :3d. per lb.; nmedium, :2d. to 2bd.; prime small vealers, 2(d. to.3 Sd.; medium, 21d. to 2}d.; smal calves, 2:d. to 2~?d. Pork: Prime small,.porkers, 7d. to '7d. per lb.; medium, Cd. io O6d.; primr:e large pigs (d0 to 100 lb.), Gd. to (iOd.; medium, 5/i. to 5,d.; bacon pigs,. 4,d. to 5id.; large pigs for choppi.ng, l?d. to .3)d.; in fcrier lines at lower rates. Stone and Co. (RItegdl.) .(Robert Schulte, proprie tor) report having sold for week ended:l 20th Jalu ary:-Bcef: 'rime bodies, 22/ and 23/ ler 100 lb.; midi'um .bodies, 20/ -and 21/; prime fore quarters, 17/ and 18/;...

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COUNTRY HORSE SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1914

COUbNRY HORSE SALES. LEONGATHIA.---dan:s. Stretthe .and Co. Pty. Ltd., Victoria IIHorse I ;ezaar. M61ourne (in coh junction .muit, h J. 1. t'cek a\n .ons BIron. ]?tdl., Leongatha), report hving held -at sale of .hiorses at Leongat-ha on Tuesday. 20th inst., -\wlei they yarded about 100 -horses, to a .good attendance of buyers. Thio comnpeti:ion -as firnn at ruling rates, and as' thie majority of the vendor.s 'eeted to ell, tihe bulk of the yarding as dlisposed of. Medium dratgmhs made to :£21.; delivery Imorses, to £428 10/; a pair for £30; ponies; £l .to £12; .and .a :num ber .of light growe?r from .£38 to £10. ,WODONGMA.--Adammson, Strettle :and :Co. P,?y. Ltd., Victoria Horse Bazaar, Melbourne (in con .junction with lalgety and Co. Ltd., Albury), Te piort having 'lIcld a sale of horses at Wodonga on 14th jinst., nhlen thely yarded .100 head. Tl-e inality all round uwas pooR. and conscqnIuenty i4'Oe3 sere hard to -effect. Dranghts :-made :to 'L'I; drli'ery horses, £10 to £22 10/; ...

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PRECAUTIONS IN HORSE BUYING. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1914

PRECAUTIONS IrN HORSE BUYINC. Tn 'order to. avoid mistakes in buying a horse- in experienced' authority gives the fblloWiin?g hints.; Give the horse A quick trot dr cantei to see that he is not lame. As 'sobn as hlie stops put your ear to-his nose to ascertain that his wind is not affec ted. Then examine his nostrils and mouth, and; at the same t-ime, examine ,his teeth to"dete'mine liS age. Look closely intd the eyes to see that there is nothing wrong withi themi"make a feint of striking t"he eycsoarid see whether he flinches. Examine one side, starting at the-neck and running the hand over it to thie withers, then over the slioulder, 'down the outside and inside of the fore leg, watching carefully for splints, sidebones, ringbones, and similar affections. The same with the other side. . iaise. the foot and see if it is well formed, wiith good, strong heels. Look along the helly for warts and running sores caused from castration, and pass the hand down thle back of the hips to sce ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1914

By the "Challenge' ts the best null! Hundreds " of -users the Commonrwviealth over reck on .it the finest Mlil ever produced. ..The "Chal lenge" crankisinhaft - one piece of solid forged, steel . -Is a marvel .of depign and I.-construction? ?.: .Let '-.the ' cChiallenge"': isolve YOUR .. i ate0. problrm ., A- 6, ft. Smill costs yog,:,6. - Lltera-, • t i ?re 'free. :' Glad- to send o;:u:. some. . Langwill Bros. and i~a es Pty.: Ltd., S110 110 :Sitirt-strcet, Soiuth M~lbourne (NeaPrinoss-briLge. t Breeders' ATnouncements. P ERlSHIRIES, pedigrenri, young sloek, by Moun -'". idin.T-p,- first prize Melblourne Royal. A. T. Miles, '"Quambce," Rinrgwood. DEXTELR-KHEIE.?. ,A eew ciCieL COW's and IElFiri:nS irom the Pe~ndelrde Dexter-Kerry HIerd for SAIE, 'ITh .trcs used rin this herd include Mal.rston, Tomn Thumb (inp.), Cowbridge Knight (imp.), and ot er prize wininers. INSPEbCTION ARRAN GED ,ON APPLICATION TO TillE MANA(,ER, "'ESDLESIlE, " WOORI Y XLLOCKI ,VICTORIA. • GLIENEIRA AYRSHIRE ST...

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BREEDING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1914

BREEDING NOTES. ' The fall in the prices of draught stal lions at last year's sales is a subject of discussion among breeders, among whom those of lengthened experience who have watched the course of the horse trade since its inception anticipated the fall in values, and now aver that the annual parades were flooded with too many im portations from New Zealand. Some of the oldest breeders state that similar sharp falls 'have been experienced in the early days, and that now draught horses were never so much in request for farm work, in accordance with a demand- which is in no way in the nature of a boom. Sound judges intend to extend their breeding operations, as they believe that everything points to the demand for good draughts in creasing. Buyers of stallions are always limited in numbers, and it is easy to over stock the stallion market, but the users of draught horses represent a very extensive field, both on the farm and in the city. Farmers who keep mares for breeding, it may ...

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AILMENTS OF STOCK. QUESTIONS UPON SPECIFIC CASES PROFESSIONALLY ANSWERED. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1914

AILMENTS OF STOCK,. QUESTIONS UPON SPECIFIC CASES PROFESSIONALLY ANSWERED. BY MAW-MAIl. Pony with Severe Cough.-Inquirer, Condah.- The pony is probably siuffering front asthma (broken-winded), foll6wingF on a severe bronchlial cold. We are afraid the troublle is tod bod. standing, and it it :s doubtful if any permahient ?e* .liof can be givenil. 'Try smearing a tablesicon~ fful of the following mixulre on the tongue and[ teeth with a sn:mooth, flatt stick, night and morn ing, for a fortnight :--Elxtr-c of belladlonna, oz.; powderred liquorice, 8 oz.; powdererd aniseed,. 4 oz.; treacle, sutlicient to nrmake a firmn but sticky mass. Iub, tihe throat and sides of the chest once it day with a lin;menrrt colrpoced of 'equin parts of turpentine anld .oaip linimnetrts. HIorse .with Injured Front Foot.--C.J.S.,. l?e', Ilill.-'Thehorre is srfferirg fronr winhaL ia known as a '?false qrarterf " canll.ol by Csevere injuIry to the coronary ba:d just above thie hoof. Have the horse shoitl with a...

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TYPICAL HIGHLAND STEER. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1914

TYPICAL HIGHLAND STEER. The steer herewith portrayed is a prize taker at the lates~t Smithfield show. Hee:is owned by His Majesty the King, born ?Ist February, 1910 (3 years 10 months), bred by G. Craig Sedar, Ard~tornish, Morvern, Oban,. sire IAinGille--Guimte, dam" Princess Morello by Calumn Riabbacldl 2nd. 1325, g.d. Lady Maura by Casthatnach ]3uidhe.

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MARKETS. FARM AND DAIRY PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1914

ARKETSG FARM AND DAIRY PHODBLE. lutter.--Tnereased qantitics are being withdrawn. from export allocations in order to keep the local market sufficiently sup plied, a diversion of output which is usual at this time in normal seasons.- On the whole, there was a hea'lthy tone yesterday, although the activity of spot <buyers for S shiment to London was not marked. Inter-State orders are keeping up, notwith standing the freedom of offers of New South Wales and Queensland butters. Locally, superfine factory brands had move S ment at lltld., prime grade realised from "114.. to l1l.., and medium to good from Ld. 'to lOid. less being accepcfd for in S ferior. Prime separator 'butters ralnged from 8Sd. to 9d., and occasionally to 10d.; medium and storekeepers' mixed lines hav ing trade at from Sd. to 8ld.; heated and inferior, down to 74d. Chee~e.-The relief afforded by the ship ment per-the Paparoa is bcing felt now, but tlhere is still a large surplus, the re moral of which would...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1914

THE 1913 MODEL (All-Steel Galvan!sed), "S T A R" IS THE WORLD'S - MASTERPIECE IN WINDM ILL'CONSTRUCTION THE ''STAR" is the one and o:ly wind mill .that will continue to whirl on moothly and ?silei~tly long after otleho;-s have outlivr?d their. uscfulneua. Tls'a lasring-wear feature i. the result of nearly 50 .years' everyday windmrill buildIlg. -knowledge. and experience. For ,particulars awrite- r. Eartranm and Son .Pty. Ltd. 6"86 Bourke-street, Melbourne. Sole Ager.ts: "A"a-LavaV" Separators, "L.K.G." MiLking Machiic. THE DIPPING ACT. This Act lhas now been amended, making it com pulsory for all owners ot sheep to have 'them. dipped within 60 days after shearing. To avoil trouble, loss of money and time, owners, should :ee that their sfheep are dipped.in a. reliable pre paration like LITTLE'S P.0,WDEI or.FLUID DIP, This costs only a] hrthing per hedd; as a~ oe of l;ittle's Powder Dip at 60/ will dip. haorp. 2000. to 5100 sheep. A five-gallon drum of Fluid wit? dip from l1100 to 15...

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DAIRY CATTLE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1914

DAIRY CAT?TLE MARKET. "'he Associated Agents' (Adamnson. Strettle and Co. Prolpty. Ltd., V. .11. Wilson, J.. IK. Jleunings and 'TJInnces, tM hail, l Jros. and Co., Theo. B. Little and Co.) conjointly report (23rd January): The geleralL tone tuf the mnarket. wa3 dull, .and pr.iccs rniled ecidcedly in favor of buyers throughout. 850 yarded.' bout 80 mnilke~rs caune fowar. Bid ?iicn; were idcl, and although best sorts were in moderate reqluest yet second and useful descriptions .wre dillitul, L Qll:t. lest, from £t5 1)! to t10 10/t. e'rra .to .£12 15/; :good do., frmn £7 to '£7 15/; second and inferior, from £4. A few selected forward springers rold from £'7 10/ 'to £10..othlerwise comnpetition lacked .animation, prices gcncrally ibeing :usd1itisfactory to sellers. 'There. was an abseuce ot country buyllers, consequently severil pens of young store cattle and .a large nu:nber of reccud and inferior cows were passed unsold. '[the dannad for trade requirements was exceedingly slack, ow\i...

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5510.—METATHESIS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1914

5310.--K[ETATHFSIS. ['m first a F?lemish watering place, .W4icrec ourlits o~ften go; T*nr po,:e me, ,usu a lreptile iure 'Plc word will elcarly show. T:ranwpose againi and you :will sec What circulatcs flThrough every tree.

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